The Power of the Force (Green Card) ASP-7 Droid was released in 1996 and was a newly-created Droid for The Special Edition of Star Wars: A New Hope movie. To me the Droid is a bit plain, but it was pretty close to how it looked on screen. The ASP-7 Droid has 6 points of articulation which are Faceplate, Neck, Shoulders, and Hips. He is packed with Spaceport Supply Rods.
Variations:• Stand up bubble and Normal photo on card front.• Stand up bubble and Hologram photo on card front.
Yodasnews has posted some of the very first carded and loose 3.75" figure photos from the new Rebels Saga Legends Toy Line. Be sure to check them out.
New York, NY – July 15th, 2014 – In 1977 a phenomenon dawned. Marvel Comics published the very first STAR WARS comic-book series. Now, the House of Ideas is re-presenting those original adventures in its over-sized Omnibus format - STAR WARS: THE ORIGINAL MARVEL YEARS collecting STAR WARS (1977) #1-44 and ANNUAL #1.
It’s the return of the Jedi to Marvel in an opening volume that begins with Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope and ends with Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back. In between, the rebels face a wealth of new perils — from space pirate Crimson Jack to the bounty hunter Beilert Valance, as well as a surprisingly svelte Jabba the Hut (one “t”). Luke goes back to Tatooine, Leia battles alone, Han and Chewie play the deadly Big Game, and Darth Vader hunts for answers! Revisit all your old favorites and discover some new ones!
STAR WARS® HERO SERIES MILLENNIUM FALCON Vehicle (Ages: 4 & up/ Approximate retail price: $59.99/ Available: November 2014) One of the most iconic STAR WARS vehicles of all time, in a scale that has to be seen to be believed!
The massive STAR WARS HERO SERIES MILLENNIUM FALCON is ready for even bigger battles, and is sure to become a collection centerpiece for kids. The massive ship is over 2 feet long and features a rotating radar dish and a cannon that turns and elevates!
Available exclusively at Walmart stores and Walmart.com.
Today we revisit The Power of the Force (Green Card) 4-LOM figure, which was released back in 1997 and retailed for $4.99. He has 6 points of articulation which are Head, Shoulders, Waist, and Hips. 4-LOM is packed with a Blaster Pistol and Rifle.
Today we update our HD Photo Gallery with the 2014 MS08 Mission Series: Utapau - Obi-Wan Kenobi and General Grievous set. Obi-Wan is a repack of the Saga Legends SL04 figure, while Grievous is new. The sculpt on Grievous looks great and he actually has 7 points of articulation which are Head, Shoulders, Forearms, and Hips. He includes 2 Lightsabers.
Variations:• Grievous has red eye sockets.• Grievous has brownish eye sockets.
Errors:• Grievous packed with Luke's Lightsaber.
More Black Series 3.75" figures revealed?
• Han Hoth• Twizzit• Shasta Tiel• Barados• Vedain• Han Carbonite• Lobot• Lando.• Bespin Guard• Power Droid• Hammerhead
This list was posted by a Rebelscum forum member "Stan". Some other collector sites have jumped on the bandwagon posting the same list today, but please remember these are rumors until confirmed by Hasbro. Hopefully we will get 100% confirmation at the 2014 SDCC.
Check out the Vintage Star Wars 12-back and 20/21 backs at Brian's Toys! Over a 30 different AFA graded figures have been added, from a very nice 21 Back Boba Fett to a RARE rectangle extension sticker Jawa and Stormtrooper.
Also new this week are pre-orders for the latest eFX Scout Trooper helmet and the Sideshow Collectibles Bomb Squad Clone Trooper figure. For more from this week's newsletter visit: Brian's Toys.
Added to our HD Photo Gallery today is the 2014 MS09 Mission Series: Bespin - Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader set. Luke is a new figure that has a decent sculpt and includes a Blaster and Lightsaber. Luckily Hasbro even gave him a Holster for his Blaster on his right leg. Vader is a repack and was previously released in the MS01 Mission Series: Star Destroyer set.
Enjoy the new HD Pics!
Flyguy.net has pointed out that Dork Side Toys has listed some new Black Series 3.75" figures.
They are:• Luke Skywalker Wampa Attack• Clone Captain Rex (realistic)• Darth Vader Yoda's Test (Dagobah Luke/mask Darth?)• Darth Malgus (repack?)• Starkiller• Imperial Navy Commander (as Malgus)• Princess Leia Boushh• Astromech R5-G19
Hopefully we get to see these in the flesh at the 2014 SDCC. They have a expected ship date of 10/2014.
Update: New 6" figures listed as well.
They are:• Bossk• C-3PO• Han Solo in Stormtrooper Disguise.
Ok folks here we have the 2014 MS10 Mission Series: Senate Duel - Darth Sidious and Yoda Set. Sidious turned out better then I expected. One complaint though is his pure white plastic hands and face. I wish Hasbro used a more color accurate plastic. As for Yoda he appears to be a repack of the Saga Legends SL07 Yoda figure. Both figures include Lightsabers.
Be sure to check out our extremely clear photos in our HD Photo Gallery!
Our friends over at Yakface has reported that Angry Birds Star Wars II is now a "FREE" download via Apple’s iTunes App Store. Not sure why its free at the moment, but get it while you can!
Agent Kallus, one of the Empire’s leading enforcers in the upcoming Star Wars Rebels animated series, is a major threat for the Ghost crew’s small band of heroes. Revealed here in this special behind-the-scenes video, Kallus is an Imperial Security Bureau (ISB) agent. According to David Oyelowo, who plays Agent Kallus, he’s ruthless, unforgiving, and an example of the Empire’s tyranny. “His job,” says Oyelowo, “is to basically make sure everyone stays loyal. And anyone who gives a whiff of disloyalty has to be cut out. So, I guess you could safely say he’s a bad guy.”
Lucasfilm’s Carrie Beck, director of creative content strategy, thinks Oyelowo is more than convincing as Kallus. “David brings a voice that is very authoritative and very commanding and very cool,” she says, “without betraying any sense of insecurity or weakness.” As seen in the video’s concept art and animation, Kallus wears classic gray Imperial military attire along with a threatening helmet for field missions, and has
Star Wars Collector has been added to the newly redesigned StarWars.com website, which looks awesome I must say. We were added to the Community Page, under Fan Collecting Sites as of today.
We are really honored and would like to thank the great people at Lucasfilm for adding us to the Official Site.
The 1996 Power of the Force (Green Card) 2-1B Medic Droid is probably one of the best sculpts from this toy line. This figure only has 5 points of articulation which is Head, Shoulders and Hips and is packed with a Medical Diagnostic Computer.
Variations:• Square bubble and Normal photo on card front.• Square bubble and Hologram photo on card front.• Stand up bubble and Normal photo on card front.• Stand up bubble and Hologram photo on card front.• Card Back# 537994.00.• Card Back# 537994.01
The Empire. The Rebellion. The Beginning. STAR WARS REBELS, Lucasfilm’s highly anticipated animated series detailing the start of the fight against the evil Empire, is coming this fall – but fans can get a big sneak peek at San Diego Comic-Con.
Lucasfilm’s special panel, The Heroes of Star Wars Rebels (Thursday, 7/24/14, 6:00pm - 7:00pm, Room: 6BCF), will feature executive producer Dave Filoni, as well as the first panel appearance by executive producer Simon Kinberg and stars Freddie Prinze, Jr., Vanessa Marshall, Steve Blum, Tiya Sircar, and Taylor Gray. They’ll discuss making the show and will debut several exclusive reveals from the upcoming series for fans in attendance.
Luke Skywalker in Hoth Gear was released back in 1996 and packed on a Power of the Force (Green Card). He has 6 points of articulation and includes a Lightsaber and Blaster. There was lots of variations on this figure which can be seen on the figure's page.
Variations:• Square bubble and Normal photo on card front.• Square bubble and Hologram photo on card front.• Stand up bubble and Normal photo on card front.• Stand up bubble and Hologram photo on card front.• Card Back# 537997.00.• Card Back# 537997.01• Short scarf.• Long scarf.• White flesh tone.• Pinkish flesh tone.
StarWars.com has posted a behind the scenes video on how they designed, bulit, and introduced a fully functioning Chopper to the world. Pretty interesting, be sure to check it out.
Started to photograph the Mission Series Wave 3 figures and have uploaded some Card Front preview photos to our Facebook Page.
Also picked up another MS08 Mission Series: Utapau set and here is a update on the variations and errors that we first reported.
Variations:• Grievous has Bright Red Eye Sockets (1st version).• Grievous has Brown Eye Sockets (2nd version).
Errors:• Grievous packed with Luke's (Mission series: Bespin Set) Blue Bladed Lightsaber.
These variation and error photos have also been added to our Facebook Page and will be added to our HD Photo Gallery soon.
A new card front and loose photo of The Black Series #27 Jabba's Skiff Guard has surface over at Andrewtoyz Facebook page. It was pointed out by Yakface.com that the weapons in these new images has changed from what was shown at the 2014 Toy Fair.
The Power of the Force (Green Card) Dengar figure was released back in 1997 and retailed for $4.99. He has 6 points of articulation and includes a Blaster and Blaster Rifle. Enjoy all the new HD Pictures!
StarWars.com has announced that 2 new cast members have been added to Star Wars: Episode VII. They are Pip Andersen and Crystal Clarke.
Also In August, the team will take a brief two-week hiatus while adjustments to the current production schedule are made as actor Harrison Ford recovers from a leg injury. Harrison is doing well and is looking forward to returning to the set soon. Shooting remains on track to wrap in the fall with the film scheduled for release on December 18, 2015.
Just got back from Las Vegas today, so on the way home from the Airport I stopped by Toys R Us to see if anything new made it to the pegs and shelves. The only new items were the Mission Series Wave 3 sets.
We would like to wish you and your family a happy and safe 4th of July!
If you watch the History Channel's Pawn Stars TV Show, you know they feature a toy expert that owns the "Toy Shack" in Las Vegas. I was a bit curious on how big the store was and how much Star Wars stuff they had, so I stopped by.
Also I made a visit to the Hoover Dam and stopped by their Gift Shop and was a bit surprise to see Star Wars products.
You can check out the pictures on our Facebook Page.
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